Muhu and Saaremaa - islands where the time rests

Let's go there where we can forget about problems for a while and find harmony and inspiration...
Muhu island is famous for its privacy, picturesque villages and amazing nature, untouched by civilization. A place where time has stopped. An example of Estonian peasant architecture is the Koguva village. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it is both an open-air museum and a real village where people live.
A walk through the village can be replaced by a visit to the Ostrich Farm (only between 15 May and 15 September). Here you can see and even feed ostriches, emus and kangaroos.
Then we will go to Saaremaa - the largest of the islands in Estonia. It is a state within a state: with its own dialect, its own way of life, peculiar architecture and customs. You will see the meteorite lake Kaali- a mysterious and mystical place, where in ancient times sacrifices were made and prayed to pagan gods.
Then we will go to the Bishop's Castle -the only castle in the Baltic States that has survived in its medieval form to this day. We will find out how the monks and the bishop lived, and walk along the museum exhibitions.
Then we will go to the Center for Medieval Adventures. Here you can try on armor, shoot from a bow and crossbow, fight with clubs, and if you are not afraid, you can go to the torture chamber.
Travel duration: 13-14 hours.
Participants: from 15 to 35.
Price: 135 euros.
The price includes: bus, excursion service on the way, ferry tickets, tickets and excursion to the open-air museum in the Koguva village or tickets to the ostrich farm, excursion to the Kaali crater, tickets and excursion to the Bishop Castle, tickets to the Archebald historic center.
Extras: Lunch at Kaali Trahter Restaurant (by reservation, packages from 15 euro).